Many fans in America first got hooked on Afropop through the landmark 1982-83 tour by Nigeria's King Sunny Ade and his African Beats: the propulsive polyrhythms of traditional drums mixed with sophisticated guitar arrangements and pedal steel. Topped by graceful choreography and the beaming presence of the "Chairman" himself. Totally intoxicating. In this program, we travel to Lagos to talk to people there who help us fill in the picture of King Sunny Ade's earlier career in the 1960s and 1970s. KSA also granted Afropop Worldwide a three hour interview. We'll hear his stories and hear some classic recordings. Featured in the show are highlights from a sublime acoustic concert Chairman gave at Joe's Pub in New York City.